A new pocket camera called VIDIT has launched over on the Pozible crowd funding website which has already raised over $20,000 to help take the camera from prototype designs into manufacture.
The VIDIT pocket camera measure just 62 x 39 x 24 and can record 1080p footage at 30fps as well as offering VGA recording and real time wireless video streaming when required. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the VIDIT camera project and see it in action.
On the rear of the VIDIT pocket camera is a 128 x 64 OLED display and its equipped with a 3 megapixel sensor and a two megapixel sensor for full HD video. Its creators explain a little more about their new camera :
“With hobbies of traveling and filming on the road, we are likely to leave things like heavy cameras and lenses at home but then regret it when a beautiful scenic opportunity appears. Smartphones solve part of this problem, but have their own shortcomings like cheap lenses, short battery life and very little storage space.
As well as this, when taking photos or filming with a phone, other phone functions are not available. Although some small scale cameras are more portable, fixed lenses, short battery life and complicated controls never fit my needs. As a camera designer, I wanted to design a portable, reliable and lens adjustable camera. In addition, editing and uploading needs to be more convenient. After working with my friends for a couple of months, the VIDIT was designed.”
For more information on the new VIDIT pocket camera and full specifications jump over to the Pozible website for details.
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